Premium Female DNA Test mtDNA

About Our Premium Female DNA Test

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Our Premium Female Test analyzes your matrilineal descent from the earliest humans to the present, by testing the mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) passed to you by your mother. Your mtDNA is screened for differences on two control regions known as HVRI and HVRII. The resulting “mutations” define your maternal lineage (the DNA of your mother, her mother and so forth, all the way back).

Your mtDNA mutations are researched in the Cambridge Mitochondrial DNA Concordance and other authoritative databases such as . A history of your particular female haplotype or lineage is presented as part of the report, with comparative frequencies in world populations.

Who Can Take the Female Test

Males can takes this test as well as females.

How the Test Works

We send you a Premium Female sample collection kit containing four cheek swabs and instructions for collection. You send the samples back to our laboratory via the business reply envelope. The laboratory runs the genetic testing, and we analyze and interpret the results. Testing takes approximately three to four (3-4) weeks from the time the lab receives your samples. Your electronic report is placed in your account and you are notified by email within about another week.

 

Our mitochondrial test is the most sophisticated on the market. The results are strictly confidential and are not shared with anyone. Many other companies use your DNA internally. DNA Consultants does not, unless you give permission.

Consider ordering Genealogy Services to document your matriline!


 

Consider ordering Genealogy Services to document your matrilineal line!

 

 



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Greetings Dna consultants yeay its me again you guys or should I say Dr Yates did a MTDNA and autosomal test back in 2009 and 2011 question is ther an update I need to do on my direct mtdna haplo A2q1 all native and I found my mother's great grandfather's Pima Indian reocrd


By Linda A Carter